This time I settled down to the biggest astronomical clock in the world, whose actual diameter unfortunately I can’t find. It adorns the bell tower of the Cremona Cathedral in Italian Lombardy. It’s the youngest one amongst my intended clocks – it was installed near the end of the sixteenth century! Please note that here we already have normal Roman IV instead of strange III (as I described here).
The effects of my – still last year’s – work you can see above and in the gallery 🙂